Posted on: May 10, 2017
We’re back at it again! If you could only choose some of your favourite fruits and vegetables to be organic, which ones would you pick? Have a look at our list of suggested produce, and make a list for your next supermarket visit!
1) Grapes 提子
Not only are grapes fun and easy-to-eat, they’re good for your child too! Some of the benefits include having a high fibre and water content, meaning hydration for your kids as well as a healthy digestive system. As always, a rich vitamin C, potassium and calcium profile is also present!
2) Cherries 車厘子
Cherries are an excellent antioxidant, and help boost your child’s immune system as a result. Cherries also keep you mamas strong and healthy throughout pregnancy by boosting your immune systems and providing you with natural melatonin to keep your stress levels down!
3) Spinach 菠菜
Spinach offers a multitude of ingredients that enhance eye health. These include beta-carotene, lutein, and vitamin E. Ensuring your child’s diet is rich in these essential nutrients can help guarantee healthy eyesight throughout their lives. Introduce your child to baby spinach first as the taste is more delicate.
4) Tomatoes 番茄
Tomatoes provide a good supply of vitamin A and antioxidants to boost immune systems and strengthen bones with vitamin K. You can start introducing tomatoes to your child after 8 to 10 months, and the vitamin A also helps promote healthy eyesight.
5) Sweet Bell Peppers 甜椒
Bell peppers contain a good amount of vitamin C, minerals, and fibre. Peppers are also a good source of vitamin B6, responsible for boosting your child’s immune system and brain development! Perfect for admission training purposes.
6) Cucumbers 青瓜
96% of a cucumber is water, so you won’t have to worry about dehydration! This in addition to being rich in vitamins A, B6, C, E, and K ensures a well-rounded nutritional intake for your kids. Cucumber is also well-known for its benefits to one’s skin, so be sure to munch away!
Haven’t seen Chapter I yet? Check it out! Or why not have a look at how omega-3 fatty acids improve your child’s cognitive ability?